Make perfect stove top espresso in style with aerolatte's Porcellana Stove Top. The traditional aluminum base is paired with a detachable porcelain coffee pot so you can serve your guests while leaving the heated base behind. Compatible with a variety of ranges - gas, electric, ceramic and halogen - the Porcellana is easy to use and makes a great cup of coffee without the fuss.
Make perfect stove top espresso in style with aerolatte's Porcellana Stove Top. The traditional aluminum base is paired with a detachable porcelain coffee pot so you can serve your guests while leaving the heated base behind. Compatible with a variety of ranges - gas, electric, ceramic and halogen - the Porcellana is easy to use and makes a great cup of coffee without the fuss. The yield from this stovetop is approximately 8 oz of espresso.
- Fill the base with water to just below the steam valve
- Fill the funnel shaped coffee filter halfway with ground coffee. Do not compress the coffee.
- Screw the top section firmly to the base.
- Place the porcelain pot under the metal spout.
- Turn on stove and heat gently until coffee fills the pot.
How the aerolatte Porcellana Stove Top Works
|Ease of Use||5|
|How Does it Compare?||
Unlike other stove top espresso makers, the porcelain coffee pot detaches from the base for easy pouring.
|Tips and Tricks||
Make sure to properly and thread the two base pieces together. The porcelain pot rests on top of them.
|Reservoir Size||9 oz|
|Auto Shut Off||No|
|Max/Min Ounces per Pot||8 ounces|
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Thanks. Nov 23, 2013
The video that I first watched was by ThinkGeek, demonstrating the Caffee Procellana Stovetop maker -- and that beverage looked like coffee from a percolator.
The Great SCG Stovetop Expresso video shows a beverage much thicker, and still without crema.
Is the difference in the maker? or in the amount of coffee used in the maker?
The Bodum Chambord (double-walled) Stovetop espresso maker is referred to as a French Press. I understand French Press results in a gritter beverage. So is it a French Press? I don't quite understand the difference. Help!
Does the Bialetti Brikka really produce crema? But not under the amount of pressure the bar machines use. So the difference is...?
Ultimately, I need to come into the store and taste/smell the differences. However, knowing this information will help me in my decision making process.
Many thanks! Nov 25, 2013
I am disappointed that you don't carry the Brikka. I really want to taste test it! Nov 29, 2013
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Caring for the aerolatte Porcellana Stove Top
- Rinse the porcelain coffee pot and coffee filter with warm soap and water after each use. Only the porcelain pot is dishwasher safe.